"Jimmy's been a long-time Raven. He's a very good player still. Very happy for Jimmy and happy for his family and I know he's happy here," said Harbaugh.
Ravens cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey (knee/shoulder) and Marcus Peters (calf) are active for Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Humphrey and Peters were listed as questionable to play. Peters will return to the starting lineup after missing the past two games.
Defensive end Calais Campbell (calf), running back Gus Edwards (back), offensive lineman D.J. Fluker (knee) and running back Mark Ingram II (illness), all of whom were listed as questionable, are also active. Ingram is active for the first time since Week 14.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith (ribs/shoulder), offensive lineman Patrick Mekari (back), defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (thigh) and wide receiver Willie Snead IV (ankle) are inactive. Ngakoue, who has eight sacks this season, will miss his first game since being acquired by the Ravens in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings in October.
Wide receiver James Proche II and defensive tackles Broderick Washington and Justin Ellis are also inactive.
Quarterback Tyler Huntley and defensive back Nate Brooks, who were elevated from the practice squad to the game day roster, are active. Huntley will back up Lamar Jackson for the third straight game, while Brooks is expected to make his team debut.
The Bengals deactivated starting cornerbacks William Jackson III (concussion) and Mackensie Alexander (illness), offensive linemen Alex Redmond and Keaton Sutherland, tight end Mitchell Wilcox, kicker Randy Bullock and linebacker Logan Wilson (ankle). Starting defensive tackle Mike Daniels was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday and will not play. Rookie linebacker Keandre Jones (Maryland) is active.